Center for Cell Therapy and Regeneration Medicine-Team for difficult wound care

Organization profile

Organisation profile

TMU-CCTRM seeks to integrate TMU resources to perform research in cell therapy and regenerative medicine. The center’s world-class Good Tissue Practice (GTP) laboratory provides a reliable source of cells for clinical research. The center cultivates talents to promote this research focus in cell therapy and regenerative medicine. The cross-disciplinary teams have integrated for cell therapy application in the different indications. Teams for (1) Respiratory ; (2) Alveolar bone regeneration ; (3) Neuroregeneration ; (4) Ophthalmology ; (5) Difficult wound care ; (6) Immune cell cancer therapy.

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phosphorylation Physics & Astronomy
Phosphorylation Chemical Compounds
leukemias Physics & Astronomy
Cytarabine Medicine & Life Sciences
mutations Physics & Astronomy
Leukemia Medicine & Life Sciences
Tumors Chemical Compounds
Mutation Medicine & Life Sciences

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Research Output 2019 2019

Cytarabine-resistant FLT3-ITD leukemia cells are associated with TP53 mutation and multiple pathway alterations—possible therapeutic efficacy of cabozantinib

Ko, Y. C., Hu, C. Y., Liu, Z. H., Tien, H. F., Ou, D. L., Chien, H. F. & Lin, L. I., Mar 1 2019, In : International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 20, 5, 1230.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
phosphorylation
Phosphorylation
leukemias
Cytarabine
mutations